Venetia Williams has one runner in the Grade Two Cotswold Chase at Cheltenham on Trials Day in the form of Royale Pagaille. The ten-year-old reocrded a first win for over a year on reappearance this term, beating the well-fancied 8/11 favourite Bravemansgame to the G1 Betfair Chase at Haydock, but that was his best run at this sort of level for a while and it is unsure if he can reproduce that sort of run here.
He fell in the Irish Grand National at the end of last term and finished sixth in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, which suggests his early chasing form in 2020 is way past him but he is still able to compete here.
However, there's some good runners in this and he will need to run a good race if he wants to be in with a chance. Charlie Deutsch is on board.